Journal Publications

Project Data Sphere's success is ultimately measured by the practice-changing scientific insights discovered by the research community. We are proud to share the following list of peer-accepted publications, and we are grateful to the data providers, research scientists, and patients that make this possible.

Article Title Journalsort ascending
A DREAM Challenge to Build Prediction Models for Short-Term Discontinuation of Docetaxel in Metastatic Castration-Resistant Prostate Cancer JCO Clinical Cancer Informatics
Merck to co-lead new oncology big data alliance PMLiVE
The Design and Evaluation of Hybrid Controlled Trials that Leverage External Data and Randomization Research Square
Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany, Recognized for Collaborative Cancer Research by CEO Roundtable on Cancer PR Newswire
Fish intake and risk of cardiovascular events: an analysis of the VITAL cohort European Journal of Clinical Nutrition
Time-to-event surrogate endpoint validation using mediation analysis and meta-analytic data Biostatistics
The heterogeneity effect of surveillance intervals on progression free survival Journal of Applied Statistics
Clinical Trial Data-sharing Policies Among Journals, Funding Agencies, Foundations, and Other Professional Organizations: A Scoping Review Journal of Clinical Epidemiology
Integrated but Isolated: Implications from a Systematic Review of the Access Control Ecosystem for Individual Participant Data in Clinical Studies John Wiley & Sons, Ltd (asis&t)
An omnibus test for detection of subgroup treatment effects via data partitioning Annals of Applied Statistics
Effect of Cancer Stage on Adverse Kidney Outcomes in Patients Receiving Immune Checkpoint Inhibitors for Melanoma ScienceDirect
Call for open science in sports medicine British Journal of Sports Medicine
Development of castration resistance in prostate cancer patients treated with luteinizing hormone-releasing hormone analogues (LHRHa): results of the ANARESISTANCE study SpringerLink
Exploring the potential of machine learning for more efficient development and production of biopharmaceuticals AIChE Biotechnology Progress